First Source Federal Credit Union is participating in the New York Credit Union Association’s Statewide College Scholarship Program and giving away scholarships to college-bound high school seniors!
Last year, this program awarded $30,000 in scholarships to 48 students across New York with scholarships ranging from $250 to $1,750. As a part of this program, First Source Federal Credit Union will also be giving out an additional scholarship worth $2,500. Applicants must be a graduating senior in Herkimer or Oneida County who applies and fits the following criteria.
To be eligible, students must be high school seniors attending two or four-year accredited educational institutions for the first time in the fall of 2021. They must also be Members of First Source or another participating New York Credit Union. Students/applicants will be competing against other credit union members from across the state. Applicants will be judged based upon their academic achievements, extracurricular and community activities and the quality of their written essay.
“This is a great opportunity,” said Pamela Way, First Source Community Relations Specialist. “Graduating high school seniors could be eligible for up to $4,250 in scholarships through this state program. We are excited for the potential student and to be a part of the program this year.”
For more information and to apply, please visit: https://www.fsource.org/NYCU-scholarship-opportunity
or contact Pamela Way, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-735-8571.
About First Source:
First Source Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution, serving Members and our community since 1938. We provide financial solutions with a personal approach, to build lasting relationships and partnerships. First Source strives to help our members make smart financial decisions and help our community grow and thrive. We serve over 50,000 Members with current branches in New Hartford, South Utica, North Utica, Herkimer, and Rome, plus a Member Care Center. Connect with First Source and learn more at fsource.org, through Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.